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    Elvis Presley Owned and Worn Burgundy Paisley Shirt with Puffy Sleeves (I.C. Costume Co., 1970s). Elvis gave this beauty of shirt to Richard Davis, who worked for him as a valet and whose duties included taking care of wardrobe. Like many of Elvis' stage and personal pieces from the 1970s, it was made by the I.C. Costume Company of Hollywood, California. Made of a silk-like material and featuring a high collar and flounced sleeves cinched with elastic bands at the biceps and wrists, it was designed to look great on its own, or worn open-buttoned under a sport or stage jacket. An I.C. Costume shirt with the same cut (in solid blue) was offered in our Ultimate Elvis Signature Auction in Memphis in 2012. LOA from Richard Davis. From the Oshei Family Collection.

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    23rd Saturday
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